- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
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... of last month, Stefan was in Papua New Guinea last week working in a southern hemisphere summer and helping to top up the coffers depleted by a deep French recession and Hollande’s crippling taxes. The most unpopular president since the formation of the republic, he insists on raising taxes instead dealing with wastage and efficiencies. Of course every time he does try to make austerity changes, the French go on strike. My uncle was ...
... stags have just finished rutting too – what an eerie noise that is as it echoes across the valley. Clyde and Dodge continue to catch and eat the ‘rat moles’ that burrow in the field and we have a big wild fruit crop again; rose hips, sloes, holly berries and blackberries. Is this a sign? Not sure, but I have a funny feeling about this winter…..Meanwhile, I’ll continue to enjoy the 27 degrees I am currently writing this in.
... over here, no camping grounds mean no camping. Unlike the land of milk and honey, there is no public land to camp on. Try camping in a car park or in the street and you will be moved on and fined.
The weather is one thing I can’t complain about (amazingly). It has been excellent since we arrived, but it will cool off somewhat by the time we retrace our tracks back to Britain in October to store the truck until 2015. But for the moment, while we head ...
... or dry. We did manage to find some Chanterelles and Trompettes
de Morte for the first time. It has also meant that at last the meadow has
been cut for hay with all the cats and Dodge dining out on a surfeit of rat
We caught Michel’s last few weeks in the valley on our
return and shared several meals and a trip to Spain before his departure back
to Bordeaux. The builders have started work on the old ...
... coffee and the quick glimpse of a collection of older buildings on the main hill in town (plus we saw a sign to the Plaza Mayor and any place with a Plaza Mayor has gotta be ok).
We discovered the Plaza is basically within the walls of an 11th century fortress - Castillo de Aínsa -once forming part of the defence network on the borders of the Christian territories in its fighting against those of the Muslim faith (although the means of conflict have since changed, ...